The past year is no exception to this trend, but the 2016 presidential election has taken this generality to the extreme. The emergence of presidential political entertainment has been swift and resoundingly popular, springing programs like TBS’s “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” and HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” into ratings success.
In the echoed opening of Graham Chapel, around 400 people sat in pews Thursday night listening to early 2000s jams as we waited for the fall comedy show to begin.
The principles of WILD BINGO are simple: If you see or hear something on our chart, take a sip of that boxed water.
Student Life profiles Student Union President and junior Kenneth Sng.
Before the spring concert last Thursday, I sat down with CHERUB duo Jason Huber and Jordan Kelley.
Underneath the colorful dances and intermission churros at this year’s Carnaval, there remains a deeper, more fundamental call from the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS), which runs Carnaval, for increased engagement from students on campus in Latinx culture and issues.
Cadenza staff decided to put together a small preview of what’s going on in the Washington University performing arts world this weekend.
Though breaks are supposed to be a symbol of relaxation and laziness, I often find myself laboring to find a new show to binge. Here is my guide to what you should watch over spring break.
This is the first installment in a series of hard-hitting exposes on Washington University student figures. This week I sat down with junior Matthew Herman, who opened for B.J. Novak at the Social Programming Board spring comedy show and performs with K.A.R.L. Improv! and Kids On Campus.
Ah, the sweet smell of sweaty college-aged bodies crammed into the confines of a bar. I (more than everyone at this entire school) am devastated by the closing of Harry’s Restaurant & Bar. Nothing upsets me more than when drunken students are forced to find a new place where they can dramatically declare their love for a friend or hook up with some person whose name they may or may not remember.